Throughout the month of March, the University of Idaho will be showing “The Imaginary Invalid” at the Hartung Theater on campus. Tickets are free for UI students and are $8-20 for the public. Viewers can find tickets at https://www.uitickets.com/ or at the Hartung one hour before showtime. Credit cards are the […]
This Saturday, March 4, is the final 1912 Center’s Winter Market for the season. The market will be open from 9 to 1 at the 1912 Center.
This Sunday, March 5, the University of Idaho will be hosting the 25th annual Cruise the World from noon to 4. The event will be taking place in the Bruce M. Pitman Center International and Vandal Ballrooms. Admission is free, but food and drinks will be available for purchase with […]
On Sunday, March 5, the Palouse Choral Society will be performing “STILL I RISE” in celebration of Women’s History Month at the First United Methodist Church in Moscow. General admission costs $20 but is free to Washington State University students and children aged 6-12. There will be a performance from […]
This Saturday, March 4, The Gladish in Pullman will be hosting their annual Brewfest. The event will be at 2 and each ticket costs $25. A single ticket includes five drink tickets and a glass for you to keep. Additional tickets are available for $2 a ticket. To register, visit http://gladishcommunity.org/tickets/brewfest
The Palouse Road Runners annual Snake River Half Marathon is Saturday morning. Registration starts at 10:00 at Wawawai Landing along the river West of Pullman. Wawawai Road along the river will be closed to traffic during the race.
Boost Collaborative’s 14th Annual Night of Champions fundraiser dinner and auction is Saturday in Pullman. The event starts at 5:30 at the SEL Event Center. You can buy tickets here https://www.zeffy.com/en-US/ticketing/312eff4a-59f8-4cbf-b81e-811b3c4df759
The 43 year old Harvard man who was arrested on a drug trafficking charge has been sentenced. Tyson Farley previously pleaded guilty to felony drug possession in Latah County Second District Court. Farley was sentenced by Judge John Judge on Wednesday to 3 years of probation, ordered to undergo drug […]
The founder of the Palouse’s largest private employer is correcting the Port of Whitman County’s statement that company started with help from a subsidy from the agency. Port Commissioner Chairman Karl Webber is touting Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories as the prime example for how the local government agency uses tax dollars […]